Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: Franklin, Massachusetts, USA
Lew.. Go back over the job.. After you have had time to relax and get a good night's sleep.. Take it a step at a time.. (Don't pull the engine again), but look at every wiring connection that you took apart for breaks, poor connections, pinched behind a bolt or bracket. Inspect the fuel lines for kinks. Make sure the fuel petcock is in the "ON" position. Fuel in the tank. Check everything you put your hands on when you were pulling the engine..
Example: There is a ground wire on the 1200's (not your bike, I know) that sits behind the left engine upper mount that I have forgotten to install because it was hidden.. Dumb things like what I did will drive you crazy...
If you did not mess with the ignition, timing belts or carb adjustment when pulling the engine, it has to be something overlooked...
Take a couple days off and tackle it again...
Old Nam Vet
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